‘I can see why people might consider writing a lonely activity, but I don’t find it that way. There’s twitter… I don’t think writers can be lonely again.’
Sarah Jasmon lives on a boat in the Liverpool canal and writes novels. She always wanted to be an author. By obtaining an MA in Creative Writing and opening her blog she got fully involved in the literary world and found an agent and a publisher… She’s a fresh, positive writer always approachable via Twitter. Do you want to listen to the inspiring story of her debut novel?
What can you find in this interview?
-Pursuing a career in writing – no matter your age!
-Blogging as a writer.
-Finding agents ad publishers.
-Being part of a writing community.
-Doing an MA in Creative Writing.
-Writing and parenting.
– Extract from The summer of secrets (novel).
Do you want to know more about Sarah Jasmon?
-Check out her website.
-Check out her twitter.
Many thanks to our meticulous editor, Terry Garanhel, and the founder and sponsor of the programme, Yvonne Battle-Felton. And, of course, to Sarah Jasmon, who shared with us her inspiring story about publishing her debut novel… we hope you publish many more!